Forza Horizon 4 PC Demo Performance Impressions

RX 580 VS GTX 1060 - Graphical Scalability - Lowest to Ultra

Forza Horizon 4 PC Demo Performance Impressions

RX 580 VS GTX 1060 - Graphical Scalability - Lowest to Ultra

In this test, we will have a look at how scalable Forza Horizon 4's graphical settings are on PC, as well as see how easy the game is to run at 60+ FPS on mid-range graphics cards like the Radeon RX 580 Strix and the Geforce GTX 1060 (6GB) Strix. 

As you can see below, Forza Horizon 4's Ultra preset can bring both of our test graphics cards below 60FPS, with both GPUs offering similar performance levels. Moving the game's graphical settings down to high will see a boost in minimum framerate of 25-30% bringing both the RX 580 and GTX 1060 over the 60FPS mark. 

With the Xbox One X version of the game only offering support for 1080p 60FPS framerates, it is hard not to be impressed by the ability to play this game at 1440p 60+ FPS using these two graphics cards.  Forza Horizon 4 appears to be very easy to run, but hold that thought until you get to the next page. 
  

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18-09-2018, 14:07:29

Wraith
Well without even seeing the article (it's not loaded yet) I couldn't play it, it simply crashed every other race and the input lag was atrocious.

Very pretty as I've said before but needs work before launch.Quote

18-09-2018, 14:14:47

WYP
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Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
Well without even seeing the article (it's not loaded yet) I couldn't play it, it simply crashed every other race and the input lag was atrocious.

Very pretty as I've said before but needs work before launch.
As is the curse of the Windows 10/Microsoft Store.Quote

18-09-2018, 14:15:19

Daiyus
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Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
Well without even seeing the article (it's not loaded yet) I couldn't play it, it simply crashed every other race and the input lag was atrocious.

Very pretty as I've said before but needs work before launch.
Yeah, there's a lot of problems being reported on the Forza forums.

I managed to get it running really nicely on my rig. Turned out the problem was a slightly unstable memory overclock. Got that dialled in properly and it's running at max settings, 2160p60 on my Vega 56 rock solid. Pretty impressive actually.

Just wish more people could get that experience without the bugs they're experiencing. I think I got really lucky and had the golden goose setup that actually works.Quote

18-09-2018, 14:46:23

NeverBackDown
I downloaded the game and couldn't even log in.. so I wouldn't know of any performance issues anywayQuote

18-09-2018, 15:08:52

Wraith
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
I downloaded the game and couldn't even log in.. so I wouldn't know of any performance issues anyway
I take it you're not using Windows 10 then... as you're automatically logged in via your windows account.Quote
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